performed by onion jack: Daniel Vincent: vocals, guitars, synthesisers, tin whistle, percussion Pete Vincent: guitars, vocals with Gavin Bungay: drums on "The Peace Between" and "imaginary comeback special" drums recorded by Rory O'Farrell at Slap Studios, Brixton. All songs written by Daniel Vincent, except "For The Benefit Of The Tape", written by Daniel Vincent and Pete Vincent. Produced by Daniel Vincent, remastered October 2008. Topic: Onion Jack
The third EP released in 2003 by ambient rock band Onion Jack. Recorded September-October 2003. All songs written by Daniel Vincent. Keyboards on "Ether" by Lisa Vincent. Topics: Onion Jack, progressive rock
Four tracks on this CD are quiet, slighly morose, and fragile. Plenty of atmospheric reverbed keyboards and some delicate vocals. They are often nearly static in terms of movement like some of the Penguin Cafe Orchestras works. Peaceful but not soporific - but very much waiting for the right mood to strike you before you want to listen to them. The track listing has 6 tracks on but I can't seem to find one of them. Maybe Onion Jack are too chilled for me even though I appreciate the unsettling... Topics: Onion Jack, progressive rock, ambient rock
Onion Jack are Daniel and Peter Vincent. They make ether-melting mind music. Their fine, multi-layered EP, 'Country Mile' (Mrs.Vee, VOJCD02, 2003) is quite simply one of the best albums I've heard this year in the principally indie[scribable] category. The atmospheric title track combines carefully calculated beats, electronic FX, guitar (both electric and acoustic), synth washes and haunting lyrics. A chainsaw buzz coda lays the central theme to rest in a welter of high wire emotion before the... Topics: Onion Jack, Progressive Rock, Ambient Rock
A selection of rare tracks from the mrsvee archive. Winter Collection is both a retrospective and a teaser. It includes four tracks from an imaginary comeback by Onion Jack - a band I reviewed a few times. They are instrumental numbers full of texture and dreams. There are also four tracks of Daniel Vincent solo with an acoustic guitar recorded in one take. Miracle In You and Go From Here are both songs I’ve heard before with Onion Jack. I am very glad to hear these versions because I did... Topics: Onion Jack, Karma Pilot, Daniel Vincent, acoustic, progressive, electronica
the mrs vee remix project three thousand one hundred and eighty seconds featuring daniel vincent - folk night chord intro the resonance association - fake numbers station (nitrogen mix) karma pilot - the last place on earth (coda) the resonance association - go! onion jack - life in pictures the resonance association - harbour onion jack - train conversation (terminal mix) karma pilot - thirteen numbers (count along mix) onion jack - friday night saturday morning (instrumental mix) additional... Topics: remix, drone, ambient, onion jack, karma pilot, daniel vincent, the resonance association, long...